Lightning strikes spark Hennessy fire, burning over 350,000, forcing parts of Vacaville to evacuate
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Lightning strikes spark Hennessy fire, burning over 350,000, forcing parts of Vacaville to evacuate

Wildfire evacuations and poor air quality threaten to increase the severity of COVID-19 during wildfire…

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Tuesday Table offers free essentials to people in need during COVID-19 pandemic
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Tuesday Table offers free essentials to people in need during COVID-19 pandemic

Local Davis movement spreads across country to help community members Tuesday Table began in March…

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NBA bubble begins playoffs
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NBA bubble begins playoffs

After long delay, the NBA playoffs begin with no true favorite With no meaningful basketball…

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UC Davis provides emergency housing for community members affected by wildfires
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UC Davis provides emergency housing for community members affected by wildfires

University wildlife reserves also heavily affected by fires Students, faculty and staff seeking housing support…

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A look into UC Davis policing reform: what is the role of campus law enforcement?
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A look into UC Davis policing reform: what is the role of campus law enforcement?

Police chief, ASUCD chairperson, sociology professors discuss campus policing and the UC Davis Police Department…

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UC Davis Police Department lowers campus police budget amid COVID-19 campus closure
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UC Davis Police Department lowers campus police budget amid COVID-19 campus closure

Students and police chief have differing ideas of campus safety While the UC Davis campus…

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UC Davis sees increase in cancellations of housing and dining contracts
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UC Davis sees increase in cancellations of housing and dining contracts

COVID-19 prompts cancellations, impacting students and university The cancellation deadline for the residence halls has…

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Letter from the Editor
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Letter from the Editor

Dear readers,  I’d like to introduce myself — my name is Anjini Venugopal and I…

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Student Housing department displays blatant disregard for employee welfare
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Student Housing department displays blatant disregard for employee welfare

Student employees are forced to face financial, housing insecurity in the midst of COVID-19 pandemic…

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UC Davis student starts petition for no-fee lease cancellations, city concerned over legality
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UC Davis student starts petition for no-fee lease cancellations, city concerned over legality

Thousands of students sign petition demanding no-fee lease cancellations citing recent Berkeley legislation, state law…

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UC will require all students, faculty, staff to receive influenza vaccine for fall
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UC will require all students, faculty, staff to receive influenza vaccine for fall

Requirement rooted in concern for influenza outbreak alongside COVID-19 pandemic A press release today from…

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New bookstore program Equitable Access receives backlash from students
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New bookstore program Equitable Access receives backlash from students

Program creator says it will reduce financial inequity, but students and administrators voice concerns about…

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UC visiting researcher charged with visa fraud
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UC visiting researcher charged with visa fraud

Visiting researchers at UCD, UCSF, Stanford arrested and charged amid growing tensions between US and…

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The California Aggie follows zero-tolerance policy for sexual harassment, assault and abuse
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The California Aggie follows zero-tolerance policy for sexual harassment, assault and abuse

The Editorial Board expresses dedication to safe environment for staffers, community In light of recent…

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UC Davis has the fifth most COVID-19 cases of all UC campuses
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UC Davis has the fifth most COVID-19 cases of all UC campuses

American universities lack standardized system to track COVID-19 cases According to a recent survey conducted…

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